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Stage Mechanical Systems Design

Stage mechanical systems design involves the design and engineering of all mechanical systems used in stage productions, such as flying bar systems, Stage elevators, Revolving platforms, Stage wagons, Trap lifts, Stage tilt systems, Orchestra pits, rigging systems, Theater seating systems, and any other custom solutions that a venue may needs.

The stage mechanical systems design process typically consists of several stages, including:

  • Conceptual Design: In this stage, the designer works with the production team to understand the requirements of the production and develop a high-level design concept for the stage mechanical systems. This may include sketches, renderings, and other visual aids to help communicate the proposed design.


  • Detailed Design: Once the conceptual design is approved, the designer will begin developing detailed engineering drawings and specifications for the various mechanical systems. This may involve selecting specific components, calculating loads and stresses, and ensuring compliance with safety regulations.

Stage mechanical systems design is a complex and highly specialized field that requires a combination of technical knowledge, creativity, and practical experience. It plays a critical role in ensuring that stage productions are safe, effective, and engaging for audiences.

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